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You’ve Got Questions - We’ve Got Answers

  • What is included with a full house inspection?
    Our typical inspections start on the exterior of the home, where we'll visually inspected the landscape grading, building envelope, windows, flashing and roofing system. Inside we'll inspected the electrical panel and all visible wiring and test all accessible receptacles and light fixtures, we'll inspect the HVAC and plumbing systems, we'll inspect the attic space, any in-floor heating and finally the operational status and condition of all the appliances, cabinets, windows, doors and plumbing fixtures as well as any damages to the properties flooring, walls and ceilings.
  • What tools do you use during your inspection?
    We'll be using a number of tools to assist us in the inspection of your home, among the most common tools are Non-destructive Moisture meters, Thermal Imaging camera, a 3rd party Recall Check on appliances, CO detectors and at your request more specialized tools including Indoor air quality, mould, asbestos and Radon testing equipment.
  • How do I receive my report and am I able to attend the inspection?
    We use Carson Dunlop's Horizon inspection software to produce one of the most comprehensive reports in the industry. As for attendance we encourage you to come for the last half hour of the inspection to review the report contents with the inspector, where he can answer any questions you may have and show you any areas of concern within the home. We've found that the best way to insure you have the knowledge to make an informed decision is to see any issues in person with an on-site explanation combined with the report you will receive.
  • What happens if I have questions about the property in the future?
    We not only encourage you but would appreciate the opportunity to answer any questions you may have. We can provide recommendations for other services that you may need to maintain your property.
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